Church of England Diocese of York Thorpe Arch

About Us

Welcome to the Church of England parish of All Saints, Thorp Arch. All Saints Church is mentioned in the Domesday Survey of 1086 and was re-built in the Norman style in the 12th Century with further re­building in the Perpendicular style in 1485. The last major restoration of the church was in 1871/72 when it was restored in the Medieval Style, the architect being George Edmund Street, a leading architect in the Gothic Revival. 

All Saints is situated on high ground a quarter of a mile north-east of the village, and is part of the Benefice of Bramham in the Diocese of York. We have our own church school, Lady Elizabeth Hastings C P School, and share a number of resources with other churches in the benefice.